Pakistan elected three key UN boards of directors
Pakistan has earned a place on three major United Nations commissions.
The UN bodies are the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Commission (CCPCJ), the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), and the Population and Development Commission (CPD).
This is the sixth time that Pakistan has been elected to the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Commission.
The races took place Tuesday at a meeting of the 54-party Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), the financial arm of the UN. Pakistan will accept the registration of the three commissions on January 1, 2022.
Pakistan elected three key UN boards of directors.
Munir Akram, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN, says this is a
“strong vote of confidence and certainty by the global-local area on Pakistan’s work at the UN.”
Qatar, Thailand, India, and Bahrain are among the different nations chosen for the CCPCJ,
while China, Iran, Japan, and Lebanon are essential for the CSW.
Pakistan served CSW
A Pakistan last served CSW, which is dedicated to advancing the strengthening of sexual uniformity for women,
from 2013 to 2017.
He was chosen as part of the Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ);
the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW); and the Population and Development Commission (CPD).
Pakistan will accept the registration of the three committees from January 1, 2022.
Pakistan gained 50 votes in the ballot interaction to elect new CSW individuals.
These committees play an essential role in enhancing global cooperation on various social and monetary issues.
Pakistan’s political race for these committees reflects the local environment’s confidence in Pakistan’s dynamic track and its helpful commitments to the United Nations.
A claim was made that by registration with these committees and in accordance with their specific orders and
Pakistan’s commitment to agreeable multilateralism.
“Pakistan will continue to encourage global participation in combating transnationally coordinated misconduct and further developing the competence and fairness of the cadres of criminal justice organizations;
promoting sex correspondence and empowering women, and supporting motivators targeting nations to help promote
their ability to create and break down information about the population and data,” it added.